I been working on UE4 today and i noticed that my camera goes through my bsp wall. I tried adjusting the camera and using camera blocking volume and nothing works. I would appreciate it if someone help me with this problem. I posted a image showing the problem.
Hi Winter Wolf,
How do you have your camera in your player character BP setup? Are you using a spring arm for the camera?
You may want to look at the settings that are in the spring arm in the Third Person Template project. This can help you troubleshoot what may not be setup in your current project.
Let me know if that works out.
i tried that but everything is the same
bump. I have the same problem but only when standing infront of a wall and switching my camera position to be closer to the character. How can one prevent this?
the collision setting of the wall should “Block Camera”.
Make sure you move your camera in the player view port to be touching the arm. This is what fixed it for me. If you need to make the camera move backwards adjust the arm length of the spring arm.
By default the Third Person Character Blueprint will have this option enabled. In case you accidentally disable it, make sure you have selected the ‘Camera Boom’ component. Then within the details panel you can select ‘Do Collision Test’.
Camera Boom Collision Test
As the tooltip suggests, this will prevent your camera from clipping into the level. Let me know if you have further questions. If the image appears too small, you can right click and open in a new window or tab to see the original full size.
This does not work man !
I’m tired now of trying. I have a CameraBoom, I have turned on Collision Test. Yet my camera goes through everything !
I have implemented Rotation of camera, zoom in and out. idk if that makes anything different.
Have you made your own question about this? If you lay out your implementation I could take a look and see if your zoom or something else is causing issues.
I agree, since this issue is over a year old and we do not have any context as to your setup, then we would need that laid out first before we can assist you.
Please make a new AnswerHub post addressing your specific issue and provide us with steps to reproduce it on our end.
Spring arms never worked as intended and they never will as i discovered trough many many threads. It is a common UE issue that is carrying all over and one of the most importants issues people encounter when making NON first person based games. No matter what you try, you will always get clipping, even if the spring arm is supossed to mitigate it, this is completely obvious using a third person template when you rotate the camera. In first person shooters is not really noticeable because the camera is basically snapped to your character. The only option that could work in the case of a third person template is to make the walls and other objects thicker, so the probe cant pass through the object. But thats about it. Im still, after so many years waiting for Epic to actually fix and improve the spring arm system so we can actually make decent third person games. Still no luck. Thats the main reason i NEVER EVER start a third person project. Its completely annoying and unacceptable. In the cases when you will walk over a building, and using doors and small apertures, its going to be a total mess. And it looks terrible. Unfortunately UE is designed for first person shooters and no much more, sadly.
Ok so I’m like super late to this thread but it looks like this wasn’t resolved, I had it myself and I think i know how to fix it. When I added my own spring arm and attached the camera to it I adjusted the camera with the cameras parameters. This is what caused the issue because the end of the red line shown when the spring arm is selected is where its going to spawn the probe to test for wall collisions. To fix this reset the transform data on the camera itself and adjust the camera via the camera boom settings.
Hey, thanks for pointing out where the probe spawn, this solution works for me.
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This solved my problem. Thanks!